NSU4YOU 2017-07-28T10:41:01+00:00

Reaching out to Students Impacted by the Recent Floods

This website serves as a help line for students affected by flooding in south Louisiana.  Students who may not be able to move in this weekend or be on campus for the first day of classes or those who have questions about registration, fee payment, housing, advising and other issues can fill out the form below or call (318) 357-5286 where university personnel will assist you in meeting your needs.

In addition to answering questions and making arrangements for accommodations, students may also request bedding, toiletries, kitchen and bathroom items and school supplies.  Other services available include counseling services, health services and the NSU Food Pantry.

“The flooding in south Louisiana has placed immense burdens on many of our students and their families,” said NSU President Dr. Jim Henderson. “We want them to know their university is committed to helping them in every possible way to ensure their journey to a college degree is not interrupted.”

Northwestern wants to assist our students impacted by flooding. We have centralized the help process. By providing the requested information, we can assist in notifying campus partners for you.
SID #:
Permanent or Mailing Address
Cell #:
How can we help you? Check all that apply
Have you registered for Fall 2016 classes? YesNo
Are you able to attend classes beginning Monday, August 22, 2016? YesNo
If you cannot attend, when do you anticipate arriving? (Specify dates as best you can)
Housing Information
I have been assigned a room in campus housing and will be arriving later than Saturday, August 20, 2016. YesNo
I am living off campus and will be arriving later than Saturday, August 20, 2016. YesNo
Are you able to access online classes? YesNo
When do you think you can regularly attend your online classes?
Name of off-campus property:
Do you need NSU to contact your off-campus property manager to inform them of your late arrival? YesNo
Other Personal Needs
I am in need of (check all that apply):
How else may we assist you?

Other campus services

Counseling Services: 318-357-5431

Health Services: 318-357-5351

NSU Student Food Pantry: Trisler Power Plant, under the brick smoke stack.


Students in need of assistance contact:

Frances Conine, Dean of Students

Chelsea Eddington, Administrative Assistant




Please drop off all donations at the NSU Student Services Center.

For drop-off information, please contact:

Reatha Cox, Executive Director of First Year Experience & Leadership Development

Joy Johnson, Administrative Assistant



Items requested for students in need:

(packaged together if possible)

Twin comforter

Twin Sheet (extra-long) & Pillowcase Set


2 towels

2 wash cloths

Bath soap

Hand soap


Toothbrushes & Toothpaste

Feminine Hygiene products

Paper plates

Plastic forks, knives, spoons

Paper towels